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1 hour ago, puzzled said:

He has some anger issues, and seems like some insecurities too.

Problem is the more they shove their religion into other peoples faces the more people start looking into it, and the more people look into the more they gnna find faults lol!  their religion is being looked at analyzed like no other!  its reached the point where many Non Muslims know more about it than many Muslims! 

Number of apostates have come crashing through like the flood gates opening 

was a big mistake in their part to make their religion and texts so public 

Well, there's a long way to go yet. Because there will always be those who will turn a blind eye to these things. Read the Quran 4 34. This is the famous wife beating very. Now the apologists will always talk about a "context". My question is, why does an Almighty God need to legislate the conditions it's permissable to beat your wife🤔

Another one is where the Quran mentions that Jesus did not die on the cross🤣! All I will say to that is, that's hilarious. There is more evidence for Jesus's death than his birth. And this is backed by so many Christian and non Christian sources. Yet the Quran says Jesus did not die on the cross. Definitely do your research people.

I mean, I could do this all day (might even start a separate thread), but I personally don't like to go round and poke wide gaping holes in the religions of generally good and kind people. However, when you meet thick headed people like this, sometimes you just got to fight fire with fire...

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13 minutes ago, Koi said:

Well, there's a long way to go yet. Because there will always be those who will turn a blind eye to these things. Read the Quran 4 34. This is the famous wife beating very. Now the apologists will always talk about a "context". My question is, why does an Almighty God need to legislate the conditions it's permissable to beat your wife🤔

Another one is where the Quran mentions that Jesus did not die on the cross🤣! All I will say to that is, that's hilarious. There is more evidence for Jesus's death than his birth. And this is backed by so many Christian and non Christian sources. Yet the Quran says Jesus did not die on the cross. Definitely do your research people.

I mean, I could do this all day (might even start a separate thread), but I personally don't like to go round and poke wide gaping holes in the religions of generally good and kind people. However, when you meet thick headed people like this, sometimes you just got to fight fire with fire...

Funny thing is how they are embarrassed so they say your supposed to beat lightly lol! it doesn't say "lightly" it just says beat/strike 

Embarrassed they say you supposed tap your wife with a small stick or toothbrush, but there is a hadith where muhammeds wife Aisha narrates how he hit her on the chest and she felt pain!  so clearly its not supposed to be lightly!  as the prophet himself hit his wife hard and not tapped her lightly with a twig! 

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12 minutes ago, puzzled said:

Funny thing is how they are embarrassed so they say your supposed to beat lightly lol! it doesn't say "lightly" it just says beat/strike 

Embarrassed they say you supposed tap your wife with a small stick or toothbrush, but there is a hadith where muhammeds wife Aisha narrates how he hit her on the chest and she felt pain!  so clearly its not supposed to be lightly!  as the prophet himself hit his wife hard and not tapped her lightly with a twig! 

The sheer factual inaccuracies are outstanding! Plagiarised stories, historical inaccuracies, "scientific miracles", immoralities etc. And the "Dawah Machine" realise this. That's why they've changed their tactics. They no longer use things like "embryology in the quran" etc. to justify their scriptures. 

And that's exactly why I like to stick to the scriptural evidences. The sad thing is, majority of people have not read these verses, much less understood them...

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4 hours ago, puzzled said:

Afghans are a bigger joke than pakis!

You should see her replies ...

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She also living in London while foreigners are all over her land loool....so much for independence afghanistan lol

They're just like UK Pakistanis ....

 

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36 minutes ago, Koi said:

The sheer factual inaccuracies are outstanding! Plagiarised stories, historical inaccuracies, "scientific miracles", immoralities etc. And the "Dawah Machine" realise this. That's why they've changed their tactics. They no longer use things like "embryology in the quran" etc. to justify their scriptures. 

And that's exactly why I like to stick to the scriptural evidences. The sad thing is, majority of people have not read these verses, much less understood them...

They come up with the craziest of explanations for these errors and inaccuracies lol  like the semen coming from between the ribs and backbone, their explanation for this is how the cells that make semen first grow/develop near the ribs! lol      they might as well say that semen is created by the sun lol!    Quran also refers to the Sperm as an individual lol!  If that was the case then there would be no need of a woman. 

but my favorite is the Satanic verses lol!  That really triggers them! 

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Beating their wives ‘lightly’ means to legitimise their beatings. Whether they beat them lightly or harshly, beating means beating and there is no mention of any police presence or any muttawahs standing nearby to gauge  its impact!  In other words, the beatings were carried out in the privacy of their homes, with no outside witnesses or observers to check how hard or harsh they were!

I doubt it very much if they ever tapped their wives with toothbrushes or sticks! To start with the camel riders or eaters had not come across plastics yet, let alone a toothbrush! They never brushed their teeth, had very bad dental hygiene. And as far as ‘sticks’ are concerned... their country is a pure desert with scanty growth of trees. Therefore I doubt it very much if they ever utilised or produced any sticks out of those trees, already in short supply!  Twigs  would also be out of question! They probably used dead camels’  long thigh bones to beat their wives with  or plain punches or fists every time they fancied showing some aggro to their wives! So cruel!

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3 hours ago, Kau89r8 said:

You should see her replies ...

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She also living in London while foreigners are all over her land loool....so much for independence afghanistan lol

They're just like UK Pakistanis ....

 

If she's saying that Afghanistan is a great country and sh1t, why is she in a foriegn country?

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8 hours ago, Kaurr said:

If she's saying that Afghanistan is a great country and sh1t, why is she in a foriegn country?

To be honest, it's more that she's proud of what her tribe and country "were", not what her country "are". The same can be said for many nations, including ours. It was once glorious, now an absolute mess. All nations have their brave tribes (Sikh/Gurkha/Rajput/Marhatas/Pathans), and all have won and lost great battles. All part of a complete history. 

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But coming back to the original point, I take it there is no one on another religion's forum? 

I'm not sure whether that's a necessarily good thing...

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Afghanistan included most of pakistan. Because of sikhs they are confined in such a small area

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